Tres Jolie Salon and Spa?s multitalented crew beautifies bodies with aesthetic treatments that employ an array of natural products and massage treatments to an advanced level of customization. Staffers cleanse and hydrate complexions with natural, paraben-free Guinot products, leaving skin glowing more than a recently promoted lighthouse keeper. Artists then put finishing touches on fresh visages with the all-natural Jane Iredale line of mineral makeup. The massage crew tailors visits to meet the specific needs of the client, enhancing sessions with myofascial release and aromatherapy. Therapists even offer modalities that are specific to different clients, including pre- and postnatal treatments, modified techniques for people with special needs, geriatric massage, and hot-stone therapy for patrons who recently lost a pet rock.
Stylists add creative flair to hair at stations made of rich hardwood and marble. The fun-loving ensemble coordinates party packages that include hors d'oeuvres, drinks, music, and candles, ideal for celebrating a bridal party or preparing for prom.
With more than 30 years of experience, The Colton Center's Dr. Jeffrey J. Colton and Dr. Lamont R. Jones lead a knowledgeable staff in revivifying visages and skin with a diverse array of aesthetic and surgical procedures. The duo of physicians can escort unwanted wrinkles and loitering pigeons from façades with Botox and Restylane injections, or combat the effects of gravity during full face-lifts or chin, ear, and nose augmentations. Nonsurgical treatments, such as chemical peels, adeptly tackle blemishes without the need for obtrusive tools. Laser hair removal uses the latest technology from Alma Lasers, providing a virtually pain-free treatment for all skin types. To ensure optimal results, staffers and clients join forces to determine an appropriate beauty game plan, complete with intricate hand signals, before beginning treatments.
The licensed aestheticians at FaceLuXe clear skin of dirt and unwanted hair with a full spectrum of facials and waxing services. Their concern for individual care shines through in the consultations that precede each treatment, during which they select products that match clients’ specific skin types. They then use these products in signature facials designed to address issues associated with aging, such as fine lines and burn marks from trying to blow out too many birthday candles at once. As a partner of MassageLuXe—a company dedicated to improving health through therapeutic massage—FaceLuXe offers relaxation packages such as the Day of Renew treatment, which includes a massage, facial, and warm lavender paraffin treatment for the hands and feet.
Seven days a week, experienced laser technicians refresh faces and bodies at Absolute Skin & Body Care. Acne, tattoos, and unwanted hair vanish in the wake of high-tech beams. Lasers also coax younger-looking façades to the surface by sloughing off fine lines, dullness, and bifocals. Other facial options include glycolic skin peels, nonsurgical facelifts performed with gentle microcurrent, and ultrasonic facials.
Xclusive Tan’s epidermal artists transform physiques into heavenly bodies with a host of skin-rejuvenation and tanning services. During three RenuvaSkin sessions, visitors stand on a vibrating platform and revel in head-to-toe crimson LED beams. The combination of motive and spectral stimuli aims to bolster muscle tone and circulation, tighten lax elastin, and spur collagen production and boost morale within fibroblast factories. Soul-cage surfaces typically attain noticeable softening after each 12-minute procedure, but repeated exposure can assuage pigmentation problems and shake accumulated wrinkles out of vintage birthday suits.
At Margo's of Northville, proprietor Margo Kramar and her team of expert style saviors have been pampering patrons with a harvest of hair, nail, skin, and massage services for 25 years. Trim tresses (women, $35+; men, $25+), in the latest trends, add highlights to less-than-lustrous locks ($85+), or add some lovely new lobe holes with an ear piercing ($15). Cosmetic-curious clients can learn how to properly accent their aspects with a full-hour hands-on makeup lesson ($60), or just sit back and relax as the makeup artist applies an expert expanse of color to their dermal canvas ($35). Those already flaunting flawless faces can opt to boost the power of their point with a classic manicure ($20) or full set of acrylics ($35), leaving tips feeling as smooth and sexy as Kenny G's mousse-filled alto sax.